Vuosaari Harbour Road Tunnel Traffic Management and Incident Detection System Design Issues
AbstractHelsinki is constructing in Vuosaari a new modem and effectivecargo harbour. All cargo harbour activities will be concentratedthere. The total project includes the harbour, a logisticsarea, traffic connections (road, railway and fairway) and aBusiness Park. The road connection goes through the Porvarinlahtiroad tunnel. The harbour will commence operatingin 2008. This paper gives an oveTView of the tunnel design phasefunctional studies and risk analysis tunnel incident detectionsystem design issues and some specific environmental featuresof the tunnel.
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Niels-Peter Hoj, HOJ Consulting GmbH, Vuosaari
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Pekka Plathan, Finnish Meteorological institute,
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the southern end of the Porvarinlahti tunnel), Helsinki,
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